Marchesi Antinori is well-known in the Tuscany region of Italy and has been affiliated with the Anthony family for generations. The Anthony family has been making wine for 600 years since Giovanni di Piero Antinori joined the Winemakers Guild of Florence in 1385.

Each generation inherits personally participates in the brewing industry, inherits the tradition while, can forge ahead, dares to innovate. The chateau is now run by Marquis Piero Antinori and is managed by three daughters, Albiera, Allegra and Alessia.

The headquarters of the Marchesi Antinori winery, called the "Antony palace", is the family residence in Florence and a witness to the family's century-old history. Located near the river ano in Antoine square, it is a Renaissance architectural gem with 50 rooms and has been the residence and office of marquis Antony since 1506. In 1461, the palace was designed and built by the famous Italian architect giuliano maiano (1432-1490).

Marchesi Antinori winery is a rich historical and cultural winery. Marquis Antony has always loved Tuscan soil and art. In order to carry forward the Tuscan region and its tradition and heritage of viticulture as far as possible, Antony academy and Antony society were established by Antony family. The Anthony society collects and funds arts activities such as Tuscan suburban performances for the restoration of artworks, the publication of art related books and the holding of open exhibitions.

The Marchesi Antinori winery is passionate about growing grapes. To improve the quality of the grapes, they have conducted a sustained and comprehensive survey, even in a small area. They often in the vineyard and wine cellar in lots and lots of experiments, for example: looking for local and international new cloning grape varieties, testing new cultivation technology, control garden latitude and fermentation, the combination of modern and traditional way of fermentation, using different types and sizes of oak, measurement of different types of wooden barrel aging ability, and control the aging duration of wine listed before. After years of hard work, Anthony family has found a way to produce good quality grapes and regions. "Over the years, we have shown that fine wines can be made in Tuscany and Umbria, and that they can show different styles while retaining their nature," says Pierre antoni. There are many books in our library, but we think they are not abundant enough. We have a task that has yet to be fully achieved, which drives us on the one hand to be keen to demonstrate the great potential of our vineyards, and on the other to find a balance between the new project that is about to take place and the heritage of Tuscany."

Marchesi Antinori winery has several vineyards in different producing areas, and each garden has its own advantages and features. Tignanello was acquired by the Anthony family in 1900, covering 47 hectares, where Anthony's most famous wines were produced. Since 1982, tenna wines have been made by 85% Sangiovese, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc. Solaia has an area of 10 hectares, adjacent to the tianna garden. The vineyard's namesake wine came to market in 1978, made from a blend of 80 percent cabernet sauvignon and 20 percent cabernet franc. The wine is now made from 75 per cent cabernet sauvignon, 5 per cent cabernet franc and 20 per cent sangiovese. The Peppoli Estate, on the other hand, is close to Tignanello, with a total area of 100 hectares, of which 55 hectares are used to grow grapes.

Badia a Passignano covers 325 hectares and is located around the historic Vallombrosian monastery. The Anthony family bought the property in 1987 and has the right to use the Abbey's wine cellar. The estate has 50 hectares of land for sangiovese. Piero Anthony used the estate as a testing ground for sangiovese.